Tips and Tricks To Maintain Billiard Cloth - AlkarBilliards.com Alkar Billiards and Barstools now presents its customers with its huge collection of game room products and accessories directly on its new service website AlkarBilliards.com
News-Antique.com - Mar 18,2010 - Alkar Billiards and Barstools now presents its customers with its huge collection of game room products and accessories directly on its new service website AlkarBilliards.com. Some of the company’s most sought after products include shuffleboard tables, table tennis equipment, billiard cloth and other billiard supplies such as cue sticks, and more. Maintaining your billiard cloth clean at all times ensures a prolonged life, and thus you will be able to think of other billiard supplies instead. Since billiard cloth is made out of fabric, it is due to wear out over time, but this does not mean that you cannot take certain measures to ensure that your billiard cloth will stay in optimum shape for a really long time. The main factors which lead to the billiard cloth becoming deteriorated include dust and chalk powder.
If you are used to cleaning the billiard cloth and billiard supplies regularly then there is really no reason to worry; if not, then place a cover across the table to prevent it from gathering dust. Also, you should never chalk your cue over the table, but if you notice dust or chalk powder on top of your billiard cloth don’t just try to swipe your hand across it as it will drive the dust and powder into the fabric. Instead, use a brush, such as those available in the billiard supplies section on the company’s website, that has been especially created for this purpose. When brushing away the dust and chalk powder, make sure you start from the center and proceed towards the pockets. Then, after you make sure your billiard cloth is completely clean, you can vacuum out all the dust from the pockets.
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